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A man holds a sign up during a protest rally against the Confederate flag in Columbia, South Carolina on June 20, 2015. The racially divisive Confederate battle flag flew at full-mast despite others flying at half-staff in South Carolina after the killing of nine black people in an historic African-American church in Charleston on June 17. Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old white male suspected of carrying out the Emanuel African Episcopal Methodist Church bloodbath, was one of many southern Americans who identified with the 13-star saltire in red, white and blue.
A man holds a sign up during a protest rally against the Confederate flag in Columbia, South Carolina on June 20, 2015. The racially divisive Confederate battle flag flew at full-mast despite others flying at half-staff in South Carolina after the killing of nine black people in an historic African-American church in Charleston on June 17. Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old white male suspected of carrying out the Emanuel African Episcopal Methodist Church bloodbath, was one of many southern Americans who identified with the 13-star saltire in red, white and blue.

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Why S.C. GOP lawmaker changed mind on Confederate flag

Will there be enough votes to remove the Confederate flag from the S.C. State Capitol? State Senators Marlon Kimpson (D) and Larry Martin (R) discuss.

Why S.C. GOP lawmaker changed mind on Confederate flag

Will there be enough votes to remove the Confederate flag from the S.C. State Capitol? State Senators Marlon Kimpson (D) and Larry Martin (R) discuss.